|Davidson_Theatre_Tallulah_Bankhead - Davidson Theatre|
This playbill was published by The Davidson Theatre, 621 N. Third Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Tallulah Bankhead presents: "The Little Foxes", 7-9 November, sometime in the Late 1940's. No copyright notice evident, Public Domain under Rule 5 of the United States Copyright Statutes. Dimensions are: 7 3/4"" width by 6" height. Etext created by Gerard Arthus.
Keywords: playbill; the davidson theatre; milwauke; Wisconsin; the little foxes; tallulah bankhead
|Dame is a Four Letter Word - Episode 15|
Tallulah Bankhead and Dorothy Parker - Funny Dames
Keywords: podcasts; history; women's history; wits; Tallulah Bankhead; Dorothy Parker; theater; camp; poetry
|The Big Show 50 11 05 Fred Allen And Jimmy Durante|
In this very first episode of The Big Show, the entertainment is furnished by Hostess Tallulah Bankhead, with Fred Allen, Portland Hoffa, Jimmy Durante, Danny Thomas, Ethel Merman, and others. The highlight of the show is a sketch by Fred Allen called The Pinch Penny Show, a parody of Freds' nemesis.
Keywords: The Big Show; Tallulah Bankhead; Jimmy Durante; Fred Allen; Comedy; Variety; Old Time Radio; OTR
|The Big Show 50 11 12 Groucho Marx Fanny Brice|
Starring Tallulah Bankhead,with guests Groucho Marx, Fanny Brice, Jane Powell, Frankie Laine, Frank Lovejoy, John Agar, Jane Wyatt, Meredith Willson. In honor of Armistice Day, a story of World War 2; A Portrait of Men at War. Baby Snooks asks Tallulah how to become an actress. Groucho sings "Some Enchanted Evening". Tallulah recites Dorothy Parkers' Sentiment. Groucho does "You Bet Your Life" with Baby Snooks and Daddy...
Keywords: The Big Show; Tallulah Bankhead; Comedy; Variety; Old Time Radio; OTR
|The Big Show 50 12 24 Jimmy Durante, Robert Merrill, General Jonathan Wainwright|
To help her get a Christmas present for Margaret O'Brien, Tallulah Bankhead invites Jimmy Durante, Bert Lahr, and Ed Wynn for suggestions.
Keywords: The Big Show; Jimmy Durante; Tallulah Bankhead; Ed Wynn; Bert Lahr; Comedy; Variety; Old Time Radio; OTR
|The Big Show 50 11 26 Fred Allen, Ed Wynn, Jack Carson|
Fred and Tallulah perform a Breakfast Radio Show sketch. Fred tries to teach Tallulah how to become a success in radio. Tallulah does a monologue about a woman calling a man for date. The whole cast gets to go to Duffy's Tavern, when Tallulah's blind date turns out to be Archie the manager. Ed Wynn explains the opera "Carmen".
Keywords: The Big Show; Tallulah Bankhead; Fred Allen; Ed Wynn; Ed Gardner; Comedy; Variety; Old Time Radio; OTR
|The Big Show 51 01 0 Fred Allen Danny Thomas|
Fred Allen plans to get back into radio as a sponsor. Edward G Robinson stars in a play about a man planning to avenge the murder of his son. Marlene Dietrich and Tallulah Bankhead argue over their ages. Danny Thomas sings a comedic version of a western song. Everyone talks about their New Years Eve, then Tallulah gives a monologue about a New Years party, followed by Fred and Edward giving the mans side of the story.
Keywords: The Big Show; Tallulah Bankhead; Danny Thomas; Fred Allen; Portland Hoffa; Edward G Robinson; Marlene Dietrich; Comedy; Variety; Old Time Radio; OTR
|GOING COMMANDO! with MAE ASWELL and MAREN McCONNELL 9-4-12 - MAE ASWELL|
What's after End Times? After Party for Armageddon! How many Richards ARE there, anyway? This and other ponderous ponderings by MAREN and MAE include Dr. Carl Jung as an objectumphile, how knowing when not to wave is a valuable skill, aliens need to get out and stretch their legs every once in awhile, aural rape by conservatroids could result in impregnation of your mind, why black people were really finally accepted into the Mormon church and how Hello Kitty would enhance the magic underwear, m...
Keywords: GOING COMMANDO; MAE ASWELL; MAREN McCONNELL; CARL JUNG; OBJECTUMPHILES; RICHARD III; AURAL RAPE; REPUBLICANS; PRINCE HARRY; MORMONS; HELLO KITTY; MISSING TIME; TALLULAH BANKHEAD; BOB FOSSE; MITT ROMNEY; JACKSON 5; OSMOND BROS; TODDLER FIGHT CLUB; KAY SEDIA; SPEEDY GONZALES; TUPPERWARE
|''The Big Party'' - 8 October 1959|
An episode of the late-1950s variety series "The Big Party". Each episode was a whopping 90 minutes. In this episode, Rock Hudson throws a party, his guests include the multi-talented Sammy Davis Jr. (is there anything he can't do?), Tallulah Bankhead, an under-used Esther Williams, a surprising (by 1959 TV standards) Mort Sahl, and other celebrities. Barbara Britton is also around to give us lots of Revlon commercials, and was the only recurring cast member in the short-lived series.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Variety Show; Variety Series; The Big Party; Rock Hudson; Sammy Davis Jr; Tallulah Bankhead; Esther Williams; Mort Sahl; Barbara Britton; Revlon; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; 1959; Live television; Party
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|The Big Show - Old Time Radio Researchers Group|
THE BIG SHOW In 1950, the advent of television was not only causing concern in the film industry but radio was beginning to feel the effect as well. In short, audiences were dwindling. To combat the problem, NBC spent lots of money to produce The Big Show, a 90 minute radio program which would feature famous guests performing skits, songs, and comedic routines. Tallulah Bankhead was asked to host the show...
Keywords: OTRR; Old Time Radio Researchers Group; Old Time Radio; OTRR Set; OTRR Certified Set; Big Show, The; The Big Show; Variety; NBC; Tallulah Bankhead; Bankhead, Tallulah; OTRR Updated Release; OTRR - 2012-07
|Prenatal - Disism|
Prenatal by Disism Disism = Charles Rice Goff III and Killr "Mark" Kaswan In 1988, Michael Wurzer of Nurnberg, Germany, was in the process of assembling a catalog of recordings for a home recording tape label called “Clockwork Tapes.” Having become aware of Disism through his Nurnberg associates at Empty Records and Prion Tapes, Wurzer wrote to Goff, and the two began trading recordings with one another...
Keywords: Taped Rugs Productions; Disism; Charles Rice Goff III; Killr 'Mark Kaswan; Frippertronics; tape loops; loops; sound collage; cello; electronic guitar; experimental; avant garde; fluxus; improvisation; improv; noise; sound collage; sound sculpture; music concrete; home recording; cassette culture; Germany; Clockwork Tapes; Michael Wurzer; Nurnberg; Germany; Oakland; California; San Francisco Bay Area; sampling; plunderphonics; Tallulah Bankhead; Oliver North; for fans of Robert Fripp; for fans of John Cage; for fans of Fred Frith; for fans of The Residents